CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 3, 1999
Angered by plans to cut their car allowance, two Ventura County supervisors said Wednesday that they will reject a committee's pay recommendations that include giving them a 4.5% raise. Supervisors now receive 65% of a Superior Court judge's yearly salary. Members of a blue-ribbon salary committee have recommended raising that to 70%. The increase would raise supervisors' salaries from $71,897 a year to $75,173. In the future, supervisors would receive a pay increase whenever judges got one.